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President's Positions on 38th House Roll Call Votes


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h38v487TO TABLE H.R. 322, A BILL TO CONSTRUCT A SHIP CANAL FOR THE PASSAGE OF ARMED AND NAVAL VESSELS FROM THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER TO LAKE MICHIGAN, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (P. 570-1)HR3221Yea vote
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h38v517TO TABLE A MOTION TO RECONSIDER THE VOTE BY WHICH THE HOUSE CONCURRED IN AMENDMENT 56 TO H.R. 744, PROVIDING FOR A 10% TAX ON EVERY STATE BANK AND EVERY NATIONAL OR STATE BANKING ASSOCIATION, ON THE AMOUNT OF NOTES PAID OUT BY THEM. (P. 906-3)HR7441Yea vote
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h38v479TO RECONSIDER THE VOTE BY WHICH THE HOUSE REJECTED S.J. RES. 16. (P. 530-3)SJR161Yea vote
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h38v594TO RECEDE FROM THE HOUSE'S DISAGREEMENT WITH THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 683, 3/3/65, A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE ARMY FOR THE YEAR ENDING 6/30/1866. (P. 1418-1)HR6831Yea vote
APP 3/3/65
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h38v531TO PASS S.J. RES. 82, 3/3/1865, A RESOLUTION TO ENCOURAGE ENLISTMENTS AND TO PROMOTE THE EFFICIENCY OF THE MILITARY FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES. (P. 1004-2)SJR821Yea vote
APP 3/3/1865
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h38v480TO PASS S.J. RES. 16. (P. 531-2)SJR161Yea vote
Y, 380052
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h38v117TO PASS S. 86 (13 STAT 12-FEB. 29, 1864), A BILL AUTHORIZING THE APPOINTMENT OF A WARDEN OF THE JAIL IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. (P. 805-2)S861Yea vote
13 STAT 12-FEB. 29, 1864
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h38v367TO PASS S. 54. (P. 3079-2)S541Yea vote
13 STAT 326, 7/1/1864
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h38v532TO PASS S. 37, 2/25/1865, A BILL TO PREVENT OFFICERS OF THE ARMY AND NAVY, AND OTHER PERSONS ENGAGED IN THE MILITARY AND NAVAL SERVICE OF THE U. S., FROM INTERFERING IN THE ELEC- TIONS IN THE STATES. (P. 1001-3)S371Yea vote
APP 2/25/1865
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h38v407TO PASS S. 332 (13 STAT 335, 7/1/1864), A BILL TO ESTABLISH SALARIES FOR POSTMASTERS AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (P. 3430-2)S3321Yea vote
13 STAT 335, 7/1/1864
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h38v416TO PASS S. 328 (13 STAT 584, 7/2/1864), A BILL TO CREDIT MAJ. BREUTON WITH *2,000,000, THE AMOUNT HE AS PAYMASTER IN THE ARMY, HAD ON HAND ON BOARD THE STEAMER RUTH WHEN IT WAS DESTROYED BY FIRE ON THE NIGHT OF 8/4/1863. (P. 3517-2)S3281Yea vote
13 STAT 584, 7/2/1864
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h38v415TO PASS S. 325 (13 STAT 344, 7/1/1864), A BILL TO REPEAL THE ACT OF 6/17/1864, PROHIBITING THE SALE OF GOLD AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE. (P. 3468-3)S3251Yea vote
13 STAT 344, 7/1/1864
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h38v321TO PASS S. 285 (13 STAT 135, 6/17/1864), A BILL TO REGULATE THE VETO POWER IN THE TERRITORY OF WASHSH. (P. 2810-2)S2851Yea vote
13 STAT 135, 6/17/1864
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h38v242TO PASS S. 145 (13 STAT 144, 6/20/1864, A BILL TO EQUALIZE THE PAY OF SOLDIERS IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY. (P. 2056-1, 2, P. 2059-2)S1451Yea vote
13 STAT 144, 6/20/1864
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h38v343TO PASS S. 141 (13 STAT 200), A BILL TO REPEAL THE FUGITIVE SLAVE ACT OF 1850. (P. 2920-2)S1411Yea vote
13 STAT 200
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h38v345TO PASS S. 106 (13 STAT 132, 6/17/1864), A BILL TO PROHIBIT CERTAIN SALES OF GOLD AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE. (P. 2937-1)S1061Yea vote
13 STAT 132, 6/17/1864
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h38v561TO PASS H.R. 800, 3/2/1865, A BILL TO ESTABLISH THE OFFICE OF SOLICITOR AND NAVAL JUDGE ADVOCATE.HR8001Yea vote
APP 3/2/1865
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h38v507TO PASS H.R. 761, 3/3/1865, A BILL EXTENDING THE TIME FOR COMPLETION OF CERTAIN RAILROADS, TO WHICH LAND GRANTS HAVE BEEN MADE IN THE STATE OF MINN., AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.HR7611Yea vote
APP 3/3/1865
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h38v566TO PASS H.R. 745, A BILL GRANTING LAND TO THE STATE OF MICHIGAN, TO AID IN BUILDING A HARBOR AND SHIP CANAL AT PORTAGE LAKE, KEWENAW POINT, LAKE SUPERIOR.HR7451Yea vote
Signed March 8, 1865
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h38v511TO PASS H.R. 710, 3/3/1865, A BILL EXTENDING THE TIME FOR COMPLETION OF CERTAIN RAILROADS, TO WHICH LAND GRANTS HAVE BEEN MADE, IN STATES OF MICHIGAN AND WIS. (P. 873-1)HR711Yea vote
APP 3/3/1865
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h38v555TO PASS H.R. 678.HR6781Yea vote
Signed March 8, 1865
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h38v324TO PASS H.R. 495 (13 STAT 322, 6/30/1864), A BILL AMENDING THE CHARTER OF THE WASH. AND GEORGETOWN RAILROAD COMPANY. (P. 2815-2)HR4951Yea vote
13 STAT 322, 6/30/1864
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h38v299TO PASS H.R. 483 (13 STAT 365), A LAND GRANT TO AID IN CONSTRUCTION OF A RAILROAD FROM LAKE SUPERIOR TO PUGET SOUND. (P. 2612-1)HR4831Yea vote
13 STAT 365
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h38v383TO PASS H.R. 438, A BILL TO AMEND THE ACT OF JULY 1, 1863, TO AID IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF A RAILROAD AND TELEGRAPH LINE FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN AND TO SECURE TO THE GOVERNMENT THE USE OF SAME FOR POSTAL, MILITARY, AND OTHER HR4381Yea vote
Signed March 8, 1865
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h38v311TO PASS H.R. 429 (13 STAT 356, 7/2/1864), A BILL TO PROVIDE FOR A MORE SPEEDY PUNISHMENT OF GUERRILLAS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (THE JOURNAL LISTS THE BILL AS H.R. 511.) (P. 2772-1)HR5111Yea vote
13 STAT 356, 7/2/1864
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h38v486TO PASS H.R. 322, A BILL TO CONSTRUCT A SHIP CANAL FOR THE PASSAGE OF ARMED AND NAVAL VESSELS FROM THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER TO LAKE MICHIGAN, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (P. 570-1)HR3221Yea vote
Y, 380012
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h38v142TO PASS H.R. 301 (13 STAT 54-APR. 21, 1864), A BILL INCREASING THE RANK, PAY, AND EMOLUMENTS OF THE PROVOST MARSHAL GENERAL. (P. 998-2, 3)HR3011Yea vote
13 STAT 54-APR. 21, 1864
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h38v259TO PASS H.R. 276, A BILL TO SECURE, FOR PERSONS IN THE MILITARY OF NAVAL SERVICE OF THE U. S., HOMESTEADS UPON CONFISCATED OR FORFEITED ESTATES IN INSURRECTIONARY DISTRICTS. (P. 2253-1)HR2761Yea vote
Signed May 20, I864
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h38v244TO PASS H.R. 244, A BILL GUARANTEEING TO CERTAIN STATES WHOSE GOVERNMENTS HAVE BEEN USURPED OR OVERTHROWN, A REPUBLICAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT. (P. 2095-2)HR2446Nay vote
Vetoed
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h38v70TO PASS H.R. 156 (13 STAT 22-MARCH 14, 1864), A BILL RELATING TO THE DEFICIENCY SUPPLY IN THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1864. (P. 372-2, P. 371-3)HR1561Yea vote
13 STAT 22-MARCH 14, 1864
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h38v368TO PASS H.J. RES. 95 (13 STAT 409, 6/25/1864), A BILL TO AU- THORIZE THE SEC. OF THE NAVY TO AMEND THE CONTRACT WITH JOHN ERICSON FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF TWO IMPREGNABLE FLOATING BATTERIES, THE DICTATOR AND THE PURITAN. (P. 3081-1)HJR951Yea vote
13 STAT 409, 6/25/1864
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h38v298TO PASS H.J. RES. 83, A BILL TO AUTHORIZE THE PRESIDENT TO CONSTRUCT A MILITARY RAILROAD FROM THE VALLEY OF THE OHIO INTO EASTERN TENNESSEE.HJR831Yea vote
Y, 380036
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h38v442TO PASS H.J. RES. 56, (1/18/1865), A BILL AUTHORIZING THE PRES. TO GIVE THE REQUISITE NOTICE FOR ABROGATING THE TREATY MADE WITH GREAT BRITAIN ON BEHALF OF THE BRITISH PROVINCES IN NORTH AMERICA, AND TO APPOINT COMMISSIONERS TO NEGOTIATE A NEW HJR561Yea vote
APP 1/18/1865
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h38v171TO PASS H.J. RES. 51 (13 STAT 588-JUNE3, 1864), THE PATENT CLAIM OF WILLIAM WHEELER HUBBELL. (P. 1261-3, P. 1349-2)HJR511Yea vote
13 STAT 588-JUNE3, 1864
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h38v141TO PASS H.J. RES. 37 (13 STAT 404-MAR. 17, 1864), AUTHORIZING THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY TO SELL ANY SURPLUS OF GOLD, WHEN IT IS FOR THE PUBLIC INTEREST. (P. 995-3)HJR371Yea vote
13 STAT 404-MAR. 17, 1864
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h38v348TO PASS H.J. RES. 16, A BILL SUBMITTING TO THE LEGISLATURES OF THE SEVERAL STATES A PROPOSITION TO AMEND THE CONSTITU- TION OF THE UNITED STATES TO ABOLISH SLAVERY. (P. 2995-1)HJR161Yea vote
13 STAT 400, 1/13/1864
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h38v427TO PASS H.J. RES. 120, A BILL TO IMPOSE A SPECIAL INCOME TAX. (P. 3532-2)HJR1201Yea vote
Signed July 4,1884
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h38v132TO PASS A RESOLUTION PROVIDING THAT THE HOUSE INSIST UPON ITS DISAGREEMENT TO THE SENATE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 122 (13 STAT 14-MAR. 7, 1864), THE INTERNAL REVENUE BILL, AND THAT THE HOUSE REQUEST THAT THE SENATE HAVE ANOTHER CONFER- ENCE ON THE SAIHR1221Yea vote
13 STAT 14-MAR. 7, 1864
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h38v499TO PASS A JOINT RESOLUTION, 3/2/1865, AUTHORIZING A CONTRACT WITH WILLIAM H. POWEL FOR A PICTURE FOR THE CAPITOL. (P. 776-3)HJR11Yea vote
APP 3/2/1865
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h38v38TO ORDER ENGROSSMENT AND THIRD READING OF H.J. RES. 16, (13 STAT 400, 1/13/1864) A JOINT RESOLUTION TO CONTINUE BOUNTIES, HERETOFORE PAID UNDER THE REGULATION AND ORDER OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT, TO MEN NOW ENLISTED IN THE REGULAR VOL- UNTEER FORCEHJR161Yea vote
Request 380022, voteview=9 (typo)
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h38v216TO INSIST ON THE HOUSE'S DISAGREEMENT TO THE SENATE AMEND- MENT TO H.R. 15 (13 STAT 85, 5/26/1864), A BILL TO PROVIDE A TEMPORARY GOVERNMENT FOR THE TERRITORY OF MONTANA, AND ASK FOR A FURTHER FREE CONFERENCE ON THE DISAGREEING VOTES BE- TWEEN HR151Yea vote
13 STAT 85, 5/26/1864
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h38v387TO CONCUR IN THE SENATE'S 17TH AMENDMENT TO H.R. 494 (13 STAT 202, 6/30/1864), A BILL TO INCREASE DUTIES ON IMPORTS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES; WHICH AMENDMENT PROPOSES TO REDUCE FROM $.80 TO $.60 PER 100 LBS, THE DUTY ON IMPORTED IRON - BARS FOR HR4941Yea vote
13 STAT 202, 6/30/1864
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h38v492TO CONCUR IN THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 51, 3/3/1865, A BILL TO CREATE A BUREAU OF FREEDMEN'S AFFAIRS. (P. 563-2, 2, P. 688-1, 2)HR511Yea vote
13 STAT 507-MAR. 3, 1865
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h38v516TO CONCUR IN THE 56TH AMENDMENT TO H.R. 744, AN AMENDMENT PROVIDING THAT EVERY NATIONAL OR STATE BANKING ASSOCIATION, OR STATE BANK, SHALL PAY A 10% TAX ON THE AMOUNT OF NOTES PAID OUT BY THEM. (P. 906-2)HR7441Yea vote
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h38v405TO CONCUR IN THE 34ST SENATE AMENDMENT TO H.R. 527 (13 STAT 344, 7/2/1864), A BILL TO MAKE APPROPRIATIONS FOR SUNDRY CIVIL EXPENSES OF THE GOVT, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1865; WHICH AMENDMENT PROHIBITS THE EXCLUSION,HR5271Yea vote
13 STAT 344, 7/2/1864
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h38v541TO AMEND H.R. 678, BY ELIMINATING THE 4TH SECTION, WHICH PROVIDES FOR THE DRAFT OF ALIENS WHO HAVE LIVED IN THIS COUNTRY THREE YEARS PRIOR TO THEIR 21ST BIRTHDAY. (P. 1081-2, 3)HR6781Yea vote
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h38v391TO AMEND H.R. 549, WHICH AMENDMENT PROPOSES TO REPEAL SO MUCH OF THE ENROLLMENT ACT OF MARCH 3, 1863 AND ITS SEVERAL AMENDMENTS AS AUTHORIZES THE DISCHARGE OF DRAFTED MEN FROM MILITARY SERVICE BY THE PAYMENT OF $300 FOR THE SECURING OF A SUBSTIHR5491Yea vote
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h38v374TO AMEND H.R. 549 (13 STAT 379, 7/4/1864), A BILL TO FURTHER REGULATE AND PROVIDE FOR THE ENROLLING AND CALLING OUT OF THE NATIONAL FORCES; WHICH AMENDMENT PROPOSES TO STRIKE OUT THE 1ST SECTION OF THE BILL, WHICH REPEALS ALL PROVISIONS FOR COMHR5496Nay vote
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h38v482TO AMEND H.R. 126, A BILL TO CONSTRUCT A SHIP CANAL AROUND THE FALLS OF NIAGARA; WHICH AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT THE PRESIDENT BE AUTHORIZED TO DEEPEN, ENLARGE, AND IMPROVE THE ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN CANAL, AND PROVIDES FOR THE ISSUE OF $5,000,000HR1261Yea vote
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h38v114TO AGREE TO THE REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE PROVIDING FOR VARIOUS CHANGES IN S. 36 (13 STAT 6-FEB. 24, 1864), THE CONSCRIPTION BILL. (P. 766-3)S361Yea vote
13 STAT 6-FEB. 24, 1864
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h38v420TO AGREE TO THE REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE EFFECTING A COMPROMISE BETWEEN THE TWO HOUSES ON H.R. 549 (13 STAT 379, 7/4/1864), A BILL TO FURTHER REGULATE AND PROVIDE FOR THE ENROLLING AND CALLING OUT OF THE NATIONAL FORCES.HR5491Yea vote
Y, 380038
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h38v568TO AGREE TO THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF CONFERENCE ON H.R. 649, 3/2/1865, A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE LEGISLATIVE, EXECUTIVE, AND JUDICIAL EXPENSES OF THE GOVT. FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1866. (P. 1267-3)HR6491Yea vote
APP 3/2/1865
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h38v591TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.J. RES. 170, 3/3/65, A JOINT RESOLUTION DECLARING AND DEFINING THE MEANING OF THE LAW IN REGARD TO OFFICERS' SERVANTS. (P. 1412-3)HJR1701Yea vote
APP 3/3/65
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h38v119TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT ON H.R. 26 (13 STAT 11-FEB. 29, 1864), A BILL REVISING THE GRADE OF LIEUTENANT GENERAL IN THE U. S. ARMY; WHICH REPORT PROVIDES THAT THE HOUSE RECEDE FROM ITS DISAGREEMENT TO THE FIRST AND SECOND AMENHR261Yea vote
13 STAT 11-FEB. 29, 1864
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h38v586TO ADOPT A CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 744, 3/3/1865, A BILL TO AMEND THE ACT TO PROVIDE INTERNAL REVENUE TO SUPPORT THE GOVERNMENT, TO PAY INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (P. 1406-2)HR7441Yea vote
Y, 380046, 380048
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h38v390OR CONSCRIPT FROM MILITARY SERVICE. (P. 3315-2) TO AMEND H.R. 549 (13 STAT 379, 7/4/1864), A BILL TO FURTHER REGULATE AND PROVIDE FOR ENROLLING AND CALLING OUT OF THE NATIONAL FORCES; WHICH AMENDMENT PROPOSES TO REPEAL SO MUCH OF THE ENROLLMENTHR5491Yea vote
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h38v478OF THIS ARTICLE. (P. 530-3, P. 523-1) TO TABLE A MOTION TO RECONSIDER THE VOTE BY WHICH THE HOUSE REJECTED S.J. RES. 16, A RESOLUTION SUBMITTING TO THE LEGISLATURES OF THE SEVERAL STATES A PROPOSITION TO AMEND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE U. S. BY ASJR166Nay vote
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h38v153DECLARED HIS INTENTIONS TO BE ONE, AND HAS BEEN IN THE SERVICE FOR NO LESS THAN TWO YEARS AND HAS BEEN HONORABLY DISCHARGED, HE SHALL BE ENTITLED TO A PATENT IF HE HAS RESIDED IN OR CULTIVATED HIS LAND FOR ONE YEAR. (P. 1189-1) TO AMEND S. 60 (S601Yea vote
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h38v341AN AMENDMENT AS FOLLOWS, AND THE SENATE AGREE TO THE SAME-- TO STRIKE OUT, ALL AFTER THE ENACTING CLAUSE OF SECTION 4 AND INSERT IN LIEU THEREOF AS FOLLOWS-- THAT ALL PERSONS OF COLOR WHO WERE FREE ON THE 19TH DAY OF APRIL, 1861 AND WHO HAVE BEHR1981Yea vote
13 STAT 126, 6/15/1864
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